<style>html{display:none}</style> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0.0;url=/error/nojs.html"> Performance of Time-Domain Protection on Real-World Faults

Performance of Time-Domain Protection on Real-World Faults

Date held: June 15, 2016
Time-domain protection principles break the speed barrier that is imposed by today’s phasor-based line protection principles. Using transient voltage and current information dramatically reduces transmission line protection operating times from 1–1.5 cycles to 1–4 milliseconds. 

The new SEL-T400L Time-Domain Line Protection applies the following to achieve fast and secure protection:
•	An incremental quantity distance element
•	An incremental quantity directional element
•	A traveling wave directional element
•	A traveling wave line current differential element

In this webinar, the presenter will review time-domain line protection elements and illustrate their operation performance using real-world faults and digital simulations.


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